News & Events

Five years anniversary our first custom system to the KRISS : Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science in Daejeon

Five years ago we delivered our first custom system to the KRISS : Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science in Daejeon. It is pictured here with a linear accelerator as the source. It was our first experience with x-ray acoustics. The goal of x-ray acoustics is to generate 3D maps of the absorbed x-rays to help to refine radiation therapy. Thank you Chulhong Kim for having such early trust in our company.  

new System Test Engineer I

PhotoSound Technologies, Inc is pleased to announce our newest team member Sam Toler. Sam will be joining us as the new System Test Engineer I. He has a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University. We are excited to have him join our family!  

new PST Office Manager

PhotoSound Technologies, Inc is pleased to announce our newest team member Chau Tran. Chau will be joining us as the new PST Office Manager. She has a bachelor's degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Houston. We are excited to have her join our family!  

three excitation wavelengths 532 nm showing the skin (yellow),890 nm showing blood vessels (red)and 780 nm icg + gold nanoparticles high intensity contrast (green)

This photoacoustic image taken with our TriTom Imaging System, of a nude mouse, was taken with three excitation wavelengths 532 nm showing the skin (yellow), 890 nm showing blood vessels (red)and 780 nm icg + gold nanoparticles high intensity contrast (green). The green target at the mouse's upper right abdomen is the right subiliac lymph node. The green ring-like targets at the mouse's lower right abdomen indicates the subcutaneous injection site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcagU9t1-Jk...

100 products sold mark

PhotoSound has new shipments going out this month! This shipment gets us over the 100 products sold mark. We are thankful to our new and returning customers for always choosing PhotoSound.

Hybrid Photoacoustic/ Fluorescent image of a nude mouse in vivo taken with 780 nm excitation wavelength showing photoacoustic PAtIR contrast (red) and fluorescent of PAtIR contrast (green)

The TriTom imaging system is based on Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) technology that provides unparalleled capabilities for whole body imaging and in vivo characterization of small animal models. Check out this video of Hybrid Photoacoustic/ Fluorescent image of a nude mouse in vivo taken with 780 nm excitation wavelength showing photoacoustic PAtIR contrast (red) and fluorescent of PAtIR contrast (green). The large red 'disks' towards the upper abdomen are the PAtIR particles...

TriTom Imaging System Patent granted in China

PhotoSound Technologies collaborates with academic institutions and distributors worldwide on the development of technologies associated with biomedical optics and photoacoustics. The TriTom imaging system patent was granted in China- take a look at the patent certificate.